NDSCS Student Wellness believes holistic health is essential for academic excellence. Our services support students' health and wellness education through outreach, support and resources.
Student Wellness Services is committed to the promotion of holistic health through education, prevention and treatment. All services provided by a Registered Nurse and are FREE and CONFIDENTIAL.
To make an appointment, contact us at:
Student Wellness Services
Riley Hall 113
Monday - Thursday 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Nursing services will be available through Richland County Health Department Mondays and Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and through the NDSCS Nursing Department on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. During this timeframe, walk-ins are welcomed and encouraged!
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College allows students to have new experiences, make connections, and forge different paths. Our office can assist students with making healthy decisions regarding substance use. Services are FREE and CONFIDENTIAL.
If you have a question or concern, are not sure who to go to, or just need help figuring out where to go next, please call 701-671-2124, or email NDSCS.Prevention@ndscs.edu.
The Wellness Coordinator is available to meet face-to-face, by phone or via Zoom; you can schedule to meet with them by contacting them directly, or by scheduling online.
Sometimes the stress of managing classes, relationships and life in general can become overwhelming. NDSCS Counseling Services can help. Counseling is a process by which you and your counselor work together to better understand your thoughts, feelings and options. Even though you may believe that your problems are "not bad enough" or you may know someone else who has it worse, don't wait to seek help while the problem gets bigger. Seeking help early during a stressful time is important. Services provided are FREE and CONFIDENTIAL.
Students often wonder what can be helped with counseling. Please reach out if you need support regarding:
- Depression, grief or stress
- Sexual identity
- Eating disorders
- Sexual abuse
- Domestic abuse
- Exploration of values
- Substance use
- Body image
- Physical abuse
- Rape or crisis
- Thoughts of harm to self or others
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The Student Advocate serves as a resource for high-risk students and students in need of academic and non-academic support services. They provide assistance and services designed to minimize the impact of academic, social, and cultural barriers, aiding in situational distress on students' academic and personal pursuits. Additional duties include the coordination and implementation of diversity, equity and inclusion support programs and services, and serving as a Title IX investigator.
If you have a question or concern, are not sure who to go to, or just need help figuring out where to go next, please call 701-671-2541, or email NDSCS.StudentAdvocate@ndscs.edu.